Nazi-Chic weddings are a Thing in Asia

So I want to talk with you about these Nazi-chic weddings in East Asia.  (I say that casually, like it’s a normal discussion that we’re having at my coffee table.) I try to make all my blog posts relevant to Plan It Perfect’s work, or at least to events in general.  This topic grabbed my […]

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Enough with the degrading cake toppers

Stop with the kitschy cake toppers We’ve had plenty of weddings with quirky cake toppers. In fact, quirk is what we do best! Not one, but TWO of our clients have had dinosaurs as their cake toppers.   One couple had hippos (adorable!) and a few others had likenesses of themselves. In fact, our first […]

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Wedding Math: Time & Space, and how they work in real life

If you’ve never planned a large event before, you probably haven’t made it through the learning curve of “Event Math.”  You might think it takes 5 minutes to get from your hotel to the venue.  It doesn’t.  It never does.  You also might think that it takes a few seconds to tie that pretty little […]

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Everything You’ll Need To Do Within A Month Of Your Wedding

If you don’t want to go completely insane during the last few weeks before your wedding – and you don’t want to drag everyone to insanity with you – you’ll need to avoid the last-minute crunch. This means budgeting your time accordingly throughout the planning process and not procrastinating. There are a handful of things […]

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A small-time wedding planner’s big thoughts on a Royal Wedding:

I’m just an event planner from Baltimore, so what do I know about putting together a wedding of royal proportions? Maybe more than we all think, but I do know that I have plenty of opinions about this morning’s Royal Wedding. Here are 10 of them: Those flowers and that greenery at the church!! OMG! […]

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AVAM Wedding Happy Hour – We did a thing

The American Visionary Art Museum has been one of our favorite venues for many years.  Sure, there’s a family connection. (The founder of the museum is my grandfather’s cousin’s ex-wife, and my grandfather’s cousin was instrumental in getting the museum built and opened.) But there’s so much more than that, that keeps this place close […]

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